Even before summer, the iOSphere languishes in the iPad rumor doldrums, apparently having exhausted itself with hopes for a Retina display iPad mini 2, and the A7 chip for the iPad 5. But there is hope: The Rollup uncovered the radical iPadiGlasses, in an exclusive report.
NetSuite has partnered with systems integrator giant Capgemini to help the cloud software vendor gain more business with enterprise level customers.
iOS's accessibility features are great, particularly on the iPad--as I've written elsewhere--but for disabled users, accessibility is more than just a niche set of options in the Settings app.
Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Mobile devices have become enticing targets for criminals around the world, so much so that an underground industry has begun to grow to support malicious activity aimed at those devices, according to a report released by the Anti-Phishing Working Group
Google Now notifies you of information you need, when you need it, without you ever needing to actively search for it. It's essentially your laissez-faire brain in the cloud.
A data center in Sweden has cut its energy bills by a million dollars a year using seawater to cool its servers, though jellyfish are an occasional hazard.
Jive Software has released an add-on to its enterprise social networking (ESN) software that automates and simplifies the process of integrating Jive's suite with third-party systems.
The U.S. tech industry added nearly 64,000 software related jobs last year, but as the workforce expanded, the average size of workers' pay checks declined by nearly two percent.
For all the cool things that Google introduced at this year's I/O keynote, several of the items that the tech press definitely, absolutely, positively thought would be included in the presentation were curiously absent. No Android update? No new Nexus tablet? Not more than a peep on that groundbreaking Internet-on-your-face technology that Sergey Brin quietly introduced last year?
Many IT departments are concerned about some elements of Windows 8, such as its radically redesigned user interface -- based on tile icons and optimized for touch screens -- and how much of a learning curve it will represent for their end users.
Page criticized Microsoft and Oracle in response to questions after his keynote speech at Google's I/O developer conference. Microsoft came under fire about instant messaging interoperability, while Oracle was singled out over Java.
Unless you're a Yahoo employee, theres a very good chance you are working from home or at a coffee shop at least part of the week, according to Forrester Research.
Xara Web Designer, available for Windows only, has a very clever orientation: It makes assembling Web content feel more like using a desktop publishing system than anything else.
Just by saying "Okay Google," people will soon be able to search using voice commands on their Chrome-powered desktop and laptop computers, Google said May 15th.
Qualcomm has signed a mobile device security deal with Kaspersky Lab to load its security software onto Android devices powered by Snapdragon processors.
SunGard says it's pushing forward with innovations that are making it a public cloud provider as well with the kind of application availability it says will be hard to match elsewhere.
Here's a look at five of Gmail's newest features, including quickly adding appointments to your calendar, customizing your background image and using advanced search to find the email you're looking for.